Welcome to the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of McMinnville Oregon!

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of McMinnville (UUFM)
rents space from and is located at:
The McMinnville Senior Center

2250 NE McDaniel Lane
McMinnville OR 97128

(Wheelchair accessible, handicapped accessible parking, casual attire)

Our mailing address is:
P.O. Box 163

McMinnville OR 97128

Contact us

Worship Services: 10:30am – Noon
Full services held the First and Third Sunday of each month, including music, rituals, sermons, and more.

Simplified services held every second, fourth, and sometimes fifth Sunday.  These gatherings are less formal and offer more time to explore one topic in depth together.



“We Are Unitarian Universalists” – watch the video

We unite in fellowship to foster spiritual values rooted in tolerance and individual freedom of belief as articulated in the Principles and Purposes of the Unitarian Universalist Association and through unity of this fellowship, to give expression to these conviction.

Our goal is to create a forum for Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, for children and adult religious education, and for social and community action and support.

We welcome all people who are fully and freely aligned with the UUA Principles and Purposes, regardless of race, class, physical ability, sexual orientation, gender identity or religious conviction.

Erica Alston, in “Articulating Your UU Faith”, has said about Unitarian Universalism, “It’s a free-thinking liberal religion that is guided by shared values rather than a particular dogma or creed. This lets individuals claim their personal beliefs based on conscience and experience. At its core, Unitarian Universalism places an emphasis on the worth and value of every person and the interconnectedness of all things. UUs are encouraged to give life to their values, demonstrating compassion, respect, and justice working together to make the world a better place to pass along to our children.”

For an excellent video on Unitarian Universalism, please visit Voices of a Liberal Faith – Unitarian Universalists. Also, visit LifeNow! Radio for an audio presentation about aspects of UU. For more in-depth information about Unitarian Universalism, visit Unitarian Universalist Association. You may also want to visit Unitarian Universalist Pacific Northwest District, which lists the websites of 20 UU churches and fellowships in Oregon.

If you are intrigued but still unsure, we understand and encourage you to learn about The Church of the Larger Fellowship.


For more information about UUFM, contact us.

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